Summary: I read reviews, but somehow I missed that this laptop doesn't have a number key. Without having one it makes keying numbers for my business very difficult. I tried to return it but the restocking fee was between $200 - $300. So I unwilling kept it.
Summary: This computer has worked very well for me. Despite the unusual screen aspect ratio, it has worked flawlessly. After a short period of adaptation, it is a great machine and I do not regret having purchased it
Summary: I've owned this for 7 months, I bought it to only work one or two mapping programs ie streets and trips and delorme's street atlas. My MacBook is in the shop getting more memory and I'm forced to use this thing for about two weeks. When I type, the letters don't keep up with my typing so I end up with a lot of misspelled [missing lettered] words, I now have to go back and correct. 2-3 items don't work on my email program, ie I can't BOLD, UNDERLIND OR ITALISIZE anything.
Summary: I love the sleek design of this ultrabook. As a film buff its ideal for watching films on. Also like the ability to split the screen so you can work with tow applications at the same time. Needed to get an external mouse as I struggled with the inbuilt cursor.
They are going fast and you will be trapped with Windows 8
James T. Bissonette, Amazon
19 November 2013
Summary: Great build quality, extremely well made. The SSD drive is amazingly fast, and the RAM is DDR3 1600, the fastest I've ever seen in a portable device. The processor power is just right; it doesn't get too hot, and when you need it for a power hungry task it kicks in very nicely. The fan exhaust pushes the hot air out the back of the unit in the perfect way. The keyboard is great in that it lights up when you hit any key, so when using it in the dark it is very helpful.